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Postgraduate open events

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Postgraduate open events

The perfect opportunity to hear first-hand from our lecturers about our taught master's degrees, professional courses and research opportunities.

Your open event

We understand that you are busy with life (work, study, family or other commitments) so rather than running open days we run short, informal - yet highly informative – open events that last no more than 2 hours. You'll get to discover more about the course you're considering, find out about funding and finance options and take an optional tour of our facilities.

Whether you're 21 or 71, widening your skills base or furthering your knowledge to boost your career prospects, our postgraduate open events are the best way for you to investigate our range of courses and flexible modes of study. Parking is free on campus for open events and complimentary refreshments will be available on your arrival.

In light of the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic it is possible that these events may be run as virtual open days. Please do ‘book your place’ below and we will keep you updated closer to the time.

Next event dates

Tuesday 9 June 2020

  • 5-7pm at Francis Close Hall Campus, Cheltenham, GL50 4AZ
    Art, Biosciences, Criminology, Ecology, Education & Teacher Training, Geography, Landscape Architecture, Literary & Critical Studies, Photography, Religious, Philosophical and Historical studies, Social Work, Psychology and Sociology courses.
    Information for on the day

Wednesday 10 June 2020

Thursday 11 June 2020

  • 5-7pm at Oxstalls Campus, Gloucester, GL2 9HW
    Accounting & Finance, Applied Sport & Exercise Sciences, Business & Management, Health, Human Resources, Sports Leadership, Education & Society and Law courses.
    Information for on the day

Not sure which event or campus to attend?

Simply select your course and subject of interest in our booking form below.

Rather not wait until June?

If you wish to come and see us before June, why not book a chat with one of our postgraduate academic experts at a Meet the Lecturer session.

Live overseas?

If you live outside the UK and it would be difficult for you to come and visit us, we frequently have staff travelling overseas to meet prospective students. Take a look at our overseas dates or check for our agents in your area on your country page.

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Why come to an open event?

Our open events are designed to inform and inspire you while showcasing the benefits of further study. Come along to find out more about our courses and the flexible modes of study available to you.

One-to-one advice

You will have the opportunity to ask course leaders the questions that matter to you and receive tailored advice and support.

Course sessions

Meet postgraduate students to get a real insight into your programme and what it’s like to study here. We offer subject presentations and more informal 1-1/group discussions.

Finance

Find out more about the postgraduate loans scheme and available funding options. UK/EU students (under the age of 60) studying a first master's degree may be eligible for a postgraduate loan of up to £10,906*. You can also contact our Money Advice Team on moneyadvice@glos.ac.uk for more information.
*Further details and eligibility criteria can be found at gov.uk.

Visitors with disabilities

Disabled parking spaces are available on campus and our buildings have been adapted for wheelchair users. Please contact enquiries to book your blue badge parking space: enquiries@glos.ac.uk. To arrange a meeting with a Disability Adviser, please call 01242 714541 or email disability@glos.ac.uk.

Can't make the dates? Attend a Meet the Lecturer event instead

Discover more about your course structure, teaching style and the modes of assessment by speaking to our experts. Take the opportunity to get to know your lecturer and explore our facilities.

Book to meet a lecturer

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Your evening

From 4.45pm: Sign in

On arrival, please follow signs to the registration desk where our team will welcome you and sign you in. Complimentary refreshments will be available.

5pm: Introduction to Postgraduate study

Discover how our postgraduate courses can widen your skill base, further your knowledge or boost your career. We'll talk about the support we offer, the connections you'll make and how to fund your course.

5.30pm: Course sessions

Meet your future lecturer, discuss the course specifics and get your questions answered.

Room information for each course will be provided on the day.

6.30pm: Find out more

Campus Tours

Before you leave, take the opportunity to tour the campus with a current student.

Student Support

Our support staff will answer your questions from fees and funding to housing and student support.

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